French collective Pleix throw a killer party where dancing till you drop isn’t optional in their bubblegum tinged CGI promo for Discodeine’s Aydin
We’ve long been fans of the experimental side of filmmaking here on DN and the possibilities which lay before directors who are willing to discover and discard their own rules as a project progresses. As inscrutable as some of these pieces may seem on first watch, they often contain a coherence, which while not obvious, [...]
An unhappy robot sees a way out of his monotonous life cycle of drudgery in Smoking Robot’s (Lewis Gray & Esra Guldal) animated short, Obsolete.
Jaro Minne tells us how improvisation brought him closer to his goal of creating work which is both tactile and natural on his dramatic short Regarde-moi.
Those fine That Go fellas sit Toronto’s Austra down for a beautifully direct and all the more enthralling for it promo for Home, the first track from their forthcoming album Olympia.
Berlin-based director Matt Lambert puts in another welcome appearance on DN with She Beats, which sees Emika fall into a steamy (NSFW) and very pink electronica fuelled reverie. Here are a few behind the scenes stills Matt’s let us share with you fine folks: She Beats is actually the second instalment in a trilogy of [...]
A fantastical world of possibilities opens up for a young boy once he learns to persevere in CG graduation short Origami from ESMA students Hugo Bailly-Desmarchelier, Eric de Melo Bueno, Michael Moreno, Joanne Smithies and Camille Turon.
Disperate dance styles and a motion design calligraphic language elegantly combine with Polerik Rouviere’s simple piano score in Julien Martorell’s Piano Works 13.
Where Monika Delgado and Mickey Todiwala’s post-apocalyptic mood piece Fragments left us with a feeling of uneasy tension, their latest collaboration DRIP will fill your mind full of colourful visual wonderment. Todiwala explains how the project came to be: “We wanted to create somewhat of an alien atmosphere by using macro shots so we chose [...]
“Made ten years ago as a graduation project on the Design Academy in Eindhoven, The Netherlands,” Job, Joris & Marieke’s How Snjezhi Tjelovek Found His Ancestors is a story about the empty spot that only family and the feeling of belonging that comes with it can fill.